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Symone Sanders and Dr. Jill Biden take down anti-dairy protestor at Joe Biden rally

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Senior communications advisor Symone Sanders jumped on stage to take down an anti-dairy protester at a California rally for former Vice President Joe Biden on Super Tuesday.

Waving a “Dairy Must Die” sign, a woman rushed the stage, chased by what appeared to be a tall white man. Someone else managed to make it back onto stage, when Sanders jumped into action.

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Known for her quick wit and expert debates against Republican commentators on CNN, Sanders’ proved she’s got the chops for campaign protests too.

A campaign Facebook page for Direct Action Everywhere appears to make this a regular thing for them. At Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) rally, they got their time with the Senator, though it wasn’t while they were on stage in the middle of their rally.

MSNBC’s Brian Williams noted Dr. Jill Biden’s fierce response, where she physically blocked the protester, and put herself in front of her husband. Co-host Rachel Maddow called it a “wax-on-wax-off” move from the “Karate Kid.” In fact, Biden lunged at the protester with cat-like reflexes while her sister-in-law also put herself between the protester and the vice president.

While living in Washington, Dr. Biden was known for darkening the doors of a gym near the Naval Observatory many, many times. Dr. Biden stands 5’6″, but dynamite often comes in small packages.

A Parody account has of course already been started titled Jill Biden Fight Club @JillBidenFight.

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‘Letting it rip’: Trump now all-in on ‘herd immunity’ say top health officials – and experts warn half-million more Americans may die

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President Donald Trump and his White House advisers are now fully-embracing the debunked concept of "herd immunity" as a means to approach the coronavirus pandemic. And while Trump, White House officials, and even Dr. Scott Atlas, the Fox News radiologist who brought the concept to the president, all deny herd immunity is their new policy, senior health officials working with the coronavirus task force say Trump and his advisors are all in.

Experts warn adopting a herd immunity approach could cause an additional half-million Americans to die.

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All eyes are on Pennsylvania — but does Joe Biden really need it to win it?

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If former Vice President Joe Biden wins every state that 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton won four years ago and flips Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin — all of which Trump won four years ago — that would get him over the 270 electoral votes he needs in order to win the election. But what if Trump wins Pennsylvania a second time? Polling expert Nate Silver examines that possibility on his FiveThirtyEight website.

Silver notes that although polls are showing Biden with an advantage in Michigan and Wisconsin, "The polls have been tighter in Pennsylvania." Citing FiveThirtyEight's polling analysis, Silver explains, "Biden's current lead is just 5.1 points, and in 2016, polls were off by 4.4 points in the Keystone State — Trump won it by 0.7 points after trailing in our final polling average by 3.7 points there. So, with a 2016-style polling error in Pennsylvania, Biden would be cutting it awfully close — perhaps even so close that court rulings on factors like 'naked ballots' could swing the outcome."

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Former Donald Trump staffer says conservative media ‘brainwashed’ her into hating Democrats

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On CNN Wednesday, Jessica Denson, the former coordinator of the Trump 2016 campaign's Hispanic outreach who starred in a recent ad for Joe Biden, opened up about how she was taken in by the Trump campaign — and why he must be defeated.

"My motive to go and help that campaign and be of service to the American people was sabotaged, and I've seen my experience repeated in the experience of one public servant after another over the past four years," said Denson, who spearheaded a lawsuit to free former Trump campaign officials from nondisclosure agreements. "I have seen that this campaign continues to go out brandishing a Bible and an American flag and claiming that they have anything to do with freedom, but I've lived first-hand that they have nothing to do with freedom. They have worked very much against free speech and democracy."

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